Smile Launches VoLTE Smartphone, Enjoy Unlimited Free on-net Calls

Smile Nigeria has introduced first entry-level, dual-SIM, Voice Over 4G LTE-enable smartphones on its network, which will help subscribers access the 4G LTE network at a more affordable rate.

The smartphone is VoLTE-enabled and comes equipped with 5.45” HD touchscreen, 5MP front camera, 8MP back camera, 1.3 GHz Dual-core, 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM, and other features including HD voice quality, WiFi hotspot, and running Android 9 OS, and comes with a complimentary phone case in the box.

Smile VoLTE smartphone

The Smile VoLTE dual SIM smartphone, which is Google approved and manufactured in partnership with Mediatek, comes pre-loaded with applications including the SmileVoice App, WhatsApp, twitter, skype, Instagram, YouTube, music and FM radio. Other features include fingerprint and face recognition for private access and security. 

The VoLTE dual –SIM smartphone, is Smile’s second attempt at introducing smartphones on its network after doing so, for the first time in 2016. 

The device comes with the same chipset used in other leading smartphone brands and it is housed by a 2950mAH battery capacity.

Highlight Specifications of Smile VoLTE Smartphone

  • The sleek NEW SmileVoLTE smartphone 
  • AlwaysON internet valid for 30 days 
  • Unlimited FREE on-net calls + SMSs 
  • 100 off-net mins + 50 off-net SMS 
  • Android 9 OS smartphone with 5.45” HD touchscreen 
  • 5MP front camera, 8MP back camera 
  • Pre-loaded Apps including SmileVoice App, YouTube, WhatsApp, and more 
  • Complimentary phone case
  • 2950mAh Battery Capacity


The Phone is priced at N35,000 and can be obtained from any Smile experience centers across the 36 states. 

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2 thoughts on “Smile Launches VoLTE Smartphone, Enjoy Unlimited Free on-net Calls”

  1. Don’t be surprised, maybe only 1 of the sim slot will support only their 4G network while the other could support any other network on 3g. That’s what ntel did too. Meaning u can only use their sim to make volte call. Am just guessing

  2. Apart from ntel and smile no other carrier supports VOlte in the whole Nigeria so what’s the use… It’s just crazy for how many years


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